The rather complicated title might be a little misleading. An item to be photographed is placed on a platform attached to a cheap geared steppermotor plus driver (Aliexpress) (make sure you get the 5 Volt version). An ATtiny85 runs the show, a sketch is included. A picture is taken and the table rotates over a fixed angle. Then a second photograph is made and the table returns to the start position. This is repeated untill you pull the plug.
With a potentiometer, the angle can be adjusted to the distance of the camera. If the printed pictures are placed next to each other an we look at them with crossed eyes, we see three pictures from which the middle is in stereo. http://www.starosta.com/3dshowcase/ihelp.html https://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/3d/stereo/3dgallery.htm Since not everybody is capable of seeing the crossed eyes stereo effect, you check the pictures published on the two sites above. Make sure that the left and the right picture are in the right place. If you can’t see stereo, you have two options. Upload to an iPhone and use a VR gear like, or put the turntable in the window-sill or on your desktop with one of your own printed gadgets on top of it. The potentiometer is between 5K and 100K, whatever you have in stock. Before placing the bottom plate, it might be a good idea to insert some weight for more stability.